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Everyday Gourmet
6923 Laurel Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Everyday Gourmet is a restaurant that sells everything from burgers and bagels to baked goods and beer. TheMore establishment is family and group friendly.
Mogotillo Restaurant
7637 New Hampshire Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Inside Mogotillo Restaurant, detailed mosaics of Guatemala and Honduras cover the beige walls along with 2 flat screenMore TVs. You'll find the main dining room, a bar and a jukebox. On Thursdays, select beers are $2.50 and from Monday through Wednesday, featured beers are $2. Live music and karaoke nights are from Thursday through Sunday. The dining room seats more than 64 people comfortably. The staff is fluent in Spanish.
Pueblo Viejo International Market
8000 Flower Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912

Pueblo Viejo International Market is a small corner store grocer that specializes in African and Latin AmericanMore goods. This convenience store and grocery carries everything from snacks to groceries to beer, all with an international influence. Lottery tickets are also available.


New Hampshire Liquors
6501 New Hampshire Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Need booze in a hurry? Drive-through at New Hampshire Liquors. Here,  you'll find wine, spirits and domestic andMore imported beers. It also sells Maryland lottery tickets, tobacco products, assorted refreshments and snacks.
Shop Rite Liquors
6333 New Hampshire Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Shop Rite Liquors is located just a few blocks away from Washington D.C. It sells a variety of different liquors, fromMore cognac to tequila. It also stocks wine, vodka and beer, Maryland lottery tickets, tobacco products, snacks and refreshments. 
Mark's Kitchen
7006 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Mark's Kitchen is a bustling little eatery which, for 20 years and counting, is located in the heart of Takoma Park.More This mainstay neighborhood joint is chock full of goodies from wasabi snacks to vegan cakes to Dogfish Head beer. Its extensive menu is full of Asian and American delights to choose from, including bibimbap and the "Six-Level Pagoda" - you'll have to visit to find out the details! And if you're not hungry you may want to purchase your incense or eco-friendly mug there. The low-key atmosphere welcomes any passer-by with seating for 40.
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